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. >> michael daniel is currently serving his third president car. he worked under president clinton and president bush and is now the white house cybersecurity courted native. -- courted native. section eight b. had you envision incentives to participate in the program? >> we are looking for a broad set of incentives that encourage companies to adopt a framework. one of the things we discovered as we were working on the executive order is that there is a lot of possibilities, but not much has been done to develop them. part of that is to flush those out. you can imagine a whole range of incentives, sort of a housekeeping seal of approval. there could be government contracts, if that is possible. you must play standards to have a contract with the government in this area. placit we want to explore what e are. >> again, there has been a lot of talk of the attacks on the u.s. companies with to trade secrets. there has been a new strategy to combat them. how much of a priority are these cyber security issues in discussion now? will that change as they release this new strategy? >> it ha
third president. started at omb under president clinton, worked there under the administration of george w. bush and is now special assistant to the president and white house cybersecurity coordinator, section 8, part d. the secretary of department of homeland security shall coordinate establishment of a set of incentives designed to promote participation in the program. how do you envision those incentives? >> guest: so i think what we're really looking for is a broad set of potential incentives that could encourage companies to adopt a framework. and one of the things that we discovered as we were working on the executive order is that there's a lot of possibilities, but there's not as much work has been done to develop those into concrete incentives. so part of what the executive order is designed to do is to flesh those out. and that could range from, you know, you could imagine a whole range of incentives, right? sort of a good housekeeping seal of approval, right? companies could use in marketing to say that they're actually following cybersecurity standards all the way up to poten
. >> host: michael daniels currently serving as president at omb under president clinton and his work there under the administration of george w. bush and is now special assistant to the president the white house cybersecurity coordinator, section 8, part d. the secretary of the department of homeland security show coordinate establishment of a set of incentives designed to promote participation in the program. how do you envision those incentives quest. >> guest: i think what we are really looking or is it a broad set of potential incentives that could encourage companies to adopt their framework and one of the things that we discovered as we were working on the executive order is that there is a lot of possibilities but there is not as much work done to develop the concrete incentives so part of what the executive orders designed to do is to thrash those out. that can range from, you can imagine a whole range of incentives, sort of a good house he keeping seal of approval and companies can use marketing to say that they are following cybersecurity standards all the way up to potenti
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